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Goshen Community Schools - Phase I, II, & III
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Integrated Solutions for Learning Environment Needs

$4,291,505

Total Contract

4

School Buildings

$525,458

Cumulative Energy Savings

Goshen Community Schools were awarded zero-interest Qualified School Construction Bonds in 2009 and decided to take advantage of the opportunity to upgrade their existing building systems. Existing systems included original equipment past it expected useful life and obsolete pneumatic controls that were highly inefficient and failed to function properly. Prior to the renovation, teachers resorted to manually turning off unit ventilators in an attempt to control classroom noise and temperature issues.

RESULTS

Following three phases of renovation and controls work with Performance Services, the school corporation has classroom environments conducive to learning and no longer need to manually operate controls to reduce noise levels and room temperatures.

ENERGY AND LEARNING ENVIRONMENT SOLUTIONS

Temperature

  • Installed new air handling units with digital controls
  • Upgraded cooling systems to new refrigerants, removing obsolete systems from air handling units
  • A web-based controls system maintains temperatures with 1 degree of set point

Indoor Air Quality

  • COlevels measured to ensure levels are below 1000 PPM with outside air dampers at minimum position
  • Installed variable speed drives on single zone units

Illumination and Windows

  • Light fixtures and mounted motion sensors and power packs provide energy efficient lighting controls
  • New dual pane windows installed to optimize thermal comfort and energy efficiency

Energy Efficiency

  • High efficiency condensing boilers installation as well as new water-cooled chiller and cooling tower
  • Controls upgrade on central plant and HVAC systems

 

Bob Wede, Business Development Manager

Bob Wede

business development manager

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